Without having a car of your own, it’s difficult to travel for long distances. Therefore, it’s should be no surprises that estimates predict 81.5 million cars will sell during 2018. However, a sizeable portion of these vehicles won’t be brand new cars. In fact, research shows that the average length of vehicle ownership has increased by 60% throughout the past decade. Many drivers are preferring to own the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, a vehicle manufactured from 2010 to 2016. While owning an older vehicle, it’s important to ensure the car springs are in optimal condition. Considering that, here are three signs it’s time to replace your Hyundai Genesis Coupe’s coil springs.
- Tires Wear Out in a Short Amount of Time
The main purpose of car springs is to support the weight of an automobile. If your Hyundai Genesis has worn down springs, it’s harder for these items to provide adequate support. This means that more of your vehicle’s weight is placed on the tires.